well behaved women seldom make history


So many strong women on my mind this week. Friends, family, icons.  So much has been done, yet so much remains. I had such fun reading this Run to the Finish post as I wrap my head around how Apple Watch data differs from Garmin’s. I have the added layer of different because I never […]

Oh COVID Christmas


I don’t have it, and everyone I know is safe and healthy, I just can’t think of another description for this surreal year/holiday. I also don’t have a ton to say so have more pics than anything else. Although I wouldn’t really call it hoarding, so much as buying more than normal due to being […]

Virtual Races and Running Clothes


I have not been into the virtual runs. I love running some of your favorites, but couldn’t get into paying to run my usual routes. I knew though there was one I’d do. The Ted Corbitt is my favorite race along with the Frozen Penguin, and I absolutely love the 15K/10 mile distance. So once […]

What a week


like all of us, Coronavirus dominated my world. Not to say it’s anything like Hiroshima, but the blossoms there always reminded me of resiliency, and them blooming here this week gives me hope. Lots to say, but nothing to add to the conversation beyond: Stay safe everyone. And for those of you newly working from […]

Race Recap: Zooma Bermuda


more to come on Bermuda overall in, hopefully, a #TravelTuesday post. In the mean time, my thoughts on an amazing racecation. First of all, major love and shout out to the entire Zooma and OnPace race teams. They and their partners put on a fabulous inaugural Bermuda race and I can’t wait to return to […]

Training begins and racecation news


First international racecation is booked! I’ve been vaguely aware of Zooma from MCM Mama Runs and Wendy (? I think) when she posted about Great Lakes, but when MCM & Marcia posted about Bermuda, it went from vaguely aware to ooh! Bermuda is one of those places I’ve always thought about going but never acted […]